Three major news stories have been causing new concerns in regard to America’s relationship with North Korea.
This is the second Antelope Valley Press editorial on the revelations found in special counsel Robert S. Mueller’s report on Russia and the Trump campaign in the 2016 election.
At 8 a.m. Thursday, Pacific time, the Robert S. Mueller III report — with a number of redactions — was made available to the members of Congress, the media and the American public.
At the Mojave Air and Spaceport Saturday another extraordinary, well covered aircraft’s first flight soared into the Antelope Valley’s skies for inclusion in aerospace history books.
In 1968, the Los Angeles Department of Airports dispatched a special team to find the best location for a secondary airport in order to handle its growing mass of airline travelers.
The nation’s media are cultivating a springtime bloom of superlative hype about the coming age of enormous expansions in the new artificial intelligence era.
In the 1950s and early 1960s, when Eunice Kennedy Shriver saw how unjustly and unfairly people with intellectual disabilities were treated, she decided to take action.
The spy story genre has provided a multitude of fiction books and “The Americans” television series gave United States residents a well-researched education in how Russian spies operate in our country.
As of Monday morning, the content of the Mueller report was briefed in a letter from U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr to two congressional committees. Here are some excerpts from the four-page letter:
At about 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Pacific daylight time, the lead on a story millions have been waiting for broke in the world’s media outlets. Here’s the news break:
Waiving environmental regulations to expedite nearly three dozen local forest management projects necessary to protect communities from the deadly wildfires that have decimated large areas up and down the state, Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in California on Friday.
The prime role in U.S. space and aviation programs currently planned or under way in the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center was affirmed last week when its 2020 budget included $308.7 million for the facility, located on Edwards Air Force Base.
President Donald J. Trump, on Wednesday afternoon, announced that he was grounding all U.S. Boeing 737MAX planes because of the two fatal air crashes of the aircraft in other countries.
Famous names, from actresses to CEOs, have been arrested in a high-level national college admissions cheating scam, according to records unsealed, Tuesday, in Boston.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made some news Monday afternoon by announcing she does not support impeaching President Donald Trump at this time, despite thinking that he’s unfit for the highest office in the United States.
An estimated 6,227 pedestrians were killed in traffic in 2018, according to a study by the Governors Highway Safety Association, a projection based on data from the first half of the year.
Paul Manafort, who served as Donald Trump’s campaign chairman, was sentenced, Thursday afternoon, in the United States District Court in Alexandria, Va., to 47 months in prison.
Photos taken just two days after the Trump-Kim Hanoi summit show rebuilding at the Sohae Satellite Launching Station, North Korea’s operational space launch facility.
Although two of President Donald Trump’s top officials John F. Kelly, then-chief of staff and then-White House counsel Donald McGahn were strongly opposed to the order, Jared Kushner was granted a top-secret security clearance.
When heat waves scorch cities and heavy rain floods the coasts, climate scientists will point out any plausible connections to global warming, hoping today’s weather will help people understand tomorrow’s danger from climate change.
On Monday, Representative Jerrold Nadler of New York, the Judiciary Committee chairman, opened what may be the most perilous front to date for President Donald Trump — an inquiry to gain testimony and documents from 81 sources in a massive effort that may form a basis of a future impeachment…
Release of the fourth-quarter Gross Domestic Product by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) was delayed almost a month, as a result of the 35-day partial government shutdown, the longest in U.S. history.
Following the Boy Scouts’ “Be prepared” motto, New York state prosecutors have put together a criminal case against Paul Manafort that they could file quickly if President Trump pardoned his former campaign manager.
The Chicago story about an attack on the actor, Jussie Smollett, a cast member in the TV series “Empire,” took a number of flips until investigators found it was a sidewalk fake.